I washed each panel so they would shrink before I cut them. After washing, I cut each panel in half. I hemmed the raw side edge of the panels using stitch witchery and hemmed the bottom using the hem tape that came with the panels.
The white panels make the room clean and simple. I plan to add color in other ways. Maybe a blue or red sideboard on the stenciled wall. I've been looking for a nice round mirror to go above the sideboard. I don't want too much action on that wall competing with the stencil.
Hopefully I can find a bright piece of artwork to go between the windows.
Look how far we've come so far.
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